About the Seats
It was a good thing that the seats were so comfortable and padded as I was close to being in the very middle of my 30 seat row. There was no way to get to the seats from the top, so getting meant entering through the tunnel at the bottom of the section (Row 8), as was the same for the other padded seat sections to my left (sections 139 and 140). The views were outstanding from the 35 yard line and having the scoreboards in all corners was a great for watching the replays no matter where the ball was on the field. There were a decent amount of Colts fans nearby which made sense as we were right behind the visitors side....More
- watching the game
- visiting team fans
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